Department of Sociology

Head of Department  Shri.- Ravindra Bansod M.A.
Faculties  1. Shri.-Bhimrao Nayak (JBS) M.A. 2. Shri.- Sudhakar Motghare (JBS) M.A.
Cources  B.A./M.A.






  • B.A. / M.A.

Eligibility Criteria for B.A. / M.A.

  1.  Eligibility Criteria for B.A. 12th  in any Stream
  2. Eligibility Criteria for M.A. Graduate in any Stream




Programme Outcomes

  • To understand the basic concepts in sociology.
  • To study the relationship between sociology and other society science.
  • To study the different branches of society.
  • To understand the Process of socialization and its importance.
    • Use Sociological theory to explain social Problems and issues make theoretically informed recommendation to address current social Problems.
    • Demonstrate the ability to interpret locate evaluate generate and use sociologically relevant data to test hypotheses and draw evidence based conclusion.
    • Integrate sociology theory, research and data in order to asses various explanation of social phenomena and to asses social policy.

Course Outcomes




Course Outcomes


Indian Society

  • This Paper expected to bring familiarity among student about Indian Society it will present a comprehensive, integrated and empirical profile of Indian society. It is supposed that the structure and progress operative in the society the changing operating in Indian society presented in this paper will also enable student to gain a better understanding of their situation and region.
  • The student will have extensive comprehensive of Indian tradition and the opportunity to explore and express them
  • They will also learn in detail about the three layers of Indian society namely Aranyak lok and Nager.


Emergence of sociology

  • The course is designed to incorporate all the key concept of sociology which would enable the learner to develop kin inside to distinguish between the commonsense knowledge and sociological knowledge.
  • The conceptual learning of society social group social Structure social institution will help students in their day to day learning.





  • This paper will give student and awareness of capture difference and provides then with opportunity to enhance their culture sensitivity.
  • The Concept of Indian social institutions such as family, marriage Kinship will enable student to consider their role in solving me any social Problem.


Social processes and change

  • Useful in understanding social structure, concept and characteristics, function concept and characteristics
  • Useful in terms of maintaining organization and presenting disintegration in the society.
  • Process if social movement Planning, urbanization, modernization are important

topics of syllabus which provide the competences of  the subject.


Rural and urban Tribal Society

  • Understand the nature of rural and Peasant societies, rural family and its changing states.
  • Acquire knowledge of urban society housing slums Juvenile drug, and environmental pollution.
  • Understand the details study of tribes meaning tribal development tribal Problems etc.


Sociological Thinkers

  • Understand Knowledge of social theories of sociological thinkers
  • This Knowledge helps student to develop interest in further study in sociology.
  • August comet- hierarchy of science.
  • Emile Darkhein – theory of suicide theory of religion.
  • Sorokin – Theory of culture change.
  • Max Weber – Theory of authority.
  • The Principles of sociologist are useful with a view to motivate the student to see the change and development happening in the society from

a scientific point of view.


Methods of social Research

  • Knowledge of social research methods help in comprehending and exploring social studies scientifically.
  • Knowledge of research methodology formulation of hypothesis testing research design.
  • Knowledge of case study, sampling method, techniques of data collection interview, observation.
  • It is helpful in giving knowledge related to the research and facts collection related to their study topic classification of data presentation of

data use of computer in social research makes





student with completes knowledge of social research method






Programme Outcomes

  • Graduate has gained thorough understanding of the fundamentals of sociological concepts, perspectives, and methodological concerns.
  • Graduate has gained the ability to apply domain specific knowledge to explain the contemporary issues of social relevance in local, regional and global context.
  • Graduate is equipped with the skills and expertise of designing and conducting social research using ethical means of collecting and analysing primary and secondary sources of information.
  • Graduate has gained competencies of communication (including using ICT) which can be utilised in a variety of settings and professions such as that of teachers, researchers, bureaucrats,

development practitioners and in any other socially responsible role.

  • The graduate has acquired the capacity of critical reflection on contemporary society along with the ability to disseminate knowledge through practice of independent reading, writing and other discursive practices.





Course Outcomes


Classical Sociology Tradition

  • Ability to grasp the intellectual and social origins of the emergence of Sociological


  • Ability to internalize the classical sociological traditions and concepts of Marx, Weber

and Durkheim

  • Ability to cultivate sociological perspectives and apply those in understanding the social



Methodology of social research

  • Understand various perspectives and methods in social research.
    • Familiar with different data collection tools
    • Undertake independent social research
    • Understand qualitative and quantitative research


Rural society in India

Knowledge gained on

  • Rural Development concepts, objectives and indicators.
  • Able to develop the concept indicators and strategies of rural development
  • Skilled gain on able to explain various rural development initiatives during pre independence period.
  • Knowledge gained on rural institutions, rural socil structure rural social Problems.


Urban society in India

  • Student are expected to develop a critical; outlook on various aspects of urban societies in terms of its theoretical aspects. Issues of urban growth, politics and Problems of





urban poors and various cancers of urban dwellers.


Classical Sociology Tradition

  • Enrich theoretical knowledge, methodological techniques and systematic procedures.
  • Grasp the theoretical and methodological issues which would shape them to continue

practitioner‘s of sociology and to continue to do further research.

  • Understand the various concepts of Classical Sociological theories and acquire knowledge about the contributions of sociologists.
  • Realize theories as Regional Bases of Values and Symbols.
  • Learn main Currents in Sociological Thought.


Methodology of social research

  • Give the results of research allow the researchers to make fact-based decisions and solution.
  • Know the procedure of analyze the data with research process.
  • Get knowledge on Sampling Techniques.
  • Know the format to write Research Proposals.
  • Write the Research Reports.


Urban And Rural Sociology

  • Explain the role of rural sociology in development.
  • Equip students with skills and knowledge in basic sociological theories to enable them to effectively work with communities in solving

identified problems for livelihood improvement.

  • Examine the development and functions of cities and the process of urbanization.
  • Provide an opportunity for debate, sharing and collaboration for scholars interested in issues related to cities including urban culture and community, governance, housing, transport and inequality.
  • Aware of Gandhian Constructive Programmes.


Urban Society of India

  • Understanding to concept of the issues and challenges in the urban development to develop skills regained for urban infrastructure business issues.


Society of kinship marriage and family

  • The ability to understand the evolution of sociology of Family and Kinship, and related

theoretical developments.

  • The ability to examine the major issues in family and kinship both at the global as well as

at the Indian context.

  • The ability to analyse the changing nature of contemporary kinship relations in the modern



Indian Society and culture

  • Sensitize the students the emerging social issues and problems of contemporary society.
  • Make them understand perspectives of social problems and identifying causes, so that they will be in a position to prevent the problems.





  • Identify and analyze some of emerging issues and problems from sociological perspectives.
  • Create awareness on Social problems and organizing capacity building programmes.
  • Orient the community on prevention of the Violence Against Women.



  • Student able to develop meaning nature and aims of punishment
  • Student know role of police in crime prevention, open prison after care & recapitalization condensation to victim.


Sociology essay

  • To provide student with a description gender ideology and practices in multiple social institutions.
  • It will help the student to understand the concept of gender sex and sexuality.


Theoretical perspective

  • The ability to familiarize oneself with the broad spectrum of the modern theoretical

discourses in Sociology.

  • The ability to comprehend the key ideas of the leading social thinkers in contemporary


  • The ability to examine major schools of thoughts and theoretical perspectives in Sociology.


Sociology of change and development

  • The learners shall develop an in-depth and critical understand about models of development and their relevance. They will also be able to make sense of development discourse and is politics in Indian contexts



Political society

  • The ability to comprehend the concepts and theoretical perspectives related to power dynamics.
  • The ability to examine these concepts in the specific context of Indian society.
  • The ability to apply their understanding to specific issues of contemporary relevance


Tribal Society in India

  • Understand Tribal Economy, Religion and Magic.
  • Analyze Tribal Problems, Law and Justice –

Exploitation of Tribes, Land Alienation and Displacement; Problems of Health and Nutrition.

  • Identify the Constitutional Provisions and measures for Tribal Development in India.
  • Explain the meaning, characteristics and geographical distribution of Tribes.
  • Analyze the social institutions in terms of types and functions
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